|A Multilab Preregistered Replication of the Ego-Depletion Effect|
H Alberts, CO Anggono, C Batailler, AR Birt, R Brand, MJ Brandt, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (4), 546– 573, 2016
|Accusatorial and information-gathering interrogation methods and their effects on true and false confessions: a meta-analytic review|
CA Meissner, AD Redlich, SW Michael, JR Evans, CR Camilletti, S Bhatt, ...
Journal of Experimental Criminology, 1-28, 2014
|Criminal versus HUMINT interrogations: The importance of psychological science to improving interrogative practice|
JR Evans, CA Meissner, SE Brandon, MB Russano, S Kleinman
J. Psychiatry & L. 38, 215, 2010
|Minimization and maximization techniques: assessing the perceived consequences of confessing and confession diagnosticity|
AJ Horgan, MB Russano, CA Meissner, JR Evans
Psychology, Crime & Law 18 (1), 65-78, 2012
|Intoxicated witnesses and suspects: Procedures and prevalence according to law enforcement.|
JR Evans, N Schreiber Compo, MB Russano
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 15 (3), 194, 2009
|Eyewitness memory: Balancing the accuracy, precision and quantity of information through metacognitive monitoring and control|
JR Evans, RP Fisher
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (3), 501-508, 2011
|Validating a new assessment method for deception detection: Introducing a Psychologically Based Credibility Assessment Tool|
JR Evans, SW Michael, CA Meissner, SE Brandon
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (1), 33-41, 2013
|Obtaining guilty knowledge in human intelligence interrogations: Comparing accusatorial and information-gathering approaches with a novel experimental paradigm|
JR Evans, CA Meissner, AB Ross, KA Houston, MB Russano, AJ Horgan
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (2), 83-88, 2013
|Intoxicated eyewitnesses: Better than their reputation?|
N Schreiber Compo, JR Evans, RN Carol, D Villalba, LS Ham, T Garcia, ...
Law and human behavior, 1-13, 2011
|Alcohol intoxication and memory for events: A snapshot of alcohol myopia in a real-world drinking scenario|
NS Compo, JR Evans, RN Carol, D Kemp, D Villalba, LS Ham, S Rose
Memory 19 (2), 202-210, 2011
|Rapport‐Building During Witness and Suspect Interviews: A Survey of Law Enforcement|
JP Vallano, JR Evans, N Schreiber Compo, JM Kieckhaefer
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (3), 369-380, 2015
|Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008)|
B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, K Hoogesteyn, R Orthey, RJ McCarthy, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 299-317, 2018
|Cross-racial lineup identification: Assessing the potential benefits of context reinstatement|
JR Evans, JL Marcon, CA Meissner
Psychology, Crime & Law 15 (1), 19-28, 2009
|Mock jurors' perceptions of identifications made by intoxicated eyewitnesses|
JR Evans, NS Compo
Psychology, Crime & Law 16 (3), 191-210, 2010
|An Empirical Evaluation of Intelligence‐gathering Interrogation Techniques from the United States Army Field Manual|
JR Evans, KA Houston, CA Meissner, AB Ross, JR LaBianca, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 867-875, 2014
|Psychological Processes Underlying True and False Confessions|
KA Houston, CA Meissner, JR Evans
Investigative Interviewing, 19-34, 2014
|Witness memory and alcohol: The effects of state-dependent recall|
N Schreiber Compo, RN Carol, JR Evans, P Pimentel, H Holness, ...
Law and Human Behavior 41, 202-215, 2017
|Registered replication report on Srull and Wyer (1979)|
RJ McCarthy, JJ Skowronski, B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 321-336, 2018
|Detecting Deception in Non‐Native English Speakers|
JR Evans, SW Michael
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (2), 226-237, 2014
|A survey of potential jurors’ perceptions of interrogations and confessions.|
A Mindthoff, JR Evans, G Perez, SA Woestehoff, AP Olaguez, JZ Klemfuss, ...
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (4), 430, 2018